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  • There are currently six Active Confirmed Properties. This compares to three this time last year, 10 in 2020 and 23 at the end of 2019.
    The total number of Notice of Directions to impacted properties continues to trend down. In 2022, there was 158, down from 385 last year and 587 in 2020.
  • The National Surveillance programmes continue to provide confidence that M. bovis is not widespread in New Zealand and have played a significant role in finding pockets of infection outside of the known network.
    • As at 1 December 2022, the beef surveillance programme has tested 280,775 animals in 2022 resulting in 31 detects and one confirmed infected property.
    • As at 30 November 2022, BTM surveillance has seen 146,706 ELISA tests conducted in 2022. This resulted in 96 detects in 2022 and one confirmed infected property identified.
  • In 2022 (14 January - 1 December), 94 compensation claims were closed, totalling $16.7 million. This compares to last year around the same time when 316 compensation claims were closed, totalling $23.7 million.